Padraig Broderick, a past pupil of St. Patrick’s Secondary School Castleisland, completed his Leaving Certificate last June.
The Currow teenager has now been announced as the student who received the highest marks in Ireland in Agricultural Science in the 2017 Leaving Certificate Examination.
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The announcement was made this week by the Irish Agricultural Science Teachers’ Association (IASTA).
Padraig is the son of Niall and Maria Broderick from Gortshanafa, Curow and is now studying Agricultural Science in University College Dublin.
Padraig and his parents along with his Agricultural Science teacher, Kevin Fitzgerald are invited to attend an awards ceremony on Friday, March 2nd at the Vienna Woods Hotel in Cork. There, Padraig will be presented with his award.
“We’re delighted for Padraig, his family and his teacher for this outstanding achievement and it is an award which is richly deserved by Pádraig. Well done to all involved,” said St. Patrick’s Secondary School Principal, Denis O’Donovan.
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